Sarah Raven's Cottage Garden Mix zinnias, cosmos, malopes, and much more, lots of traditional cottage garden favourites which will flower together not just for weeks but months. I wish I had a cutting garden like this!
How to Grow Foxglove. Foxglove are showy, bell-shaped wildflowers native to the woods of northern Europe. Foxglove grow tall and produce robust pink, purple, red, white and yellow blossoms. If you have trouble keeping flowers safe from.
Allium's will add height and calm drama with it's pom pom style flower heads.A versatile plant for cottage beds to the modern steel container. Plant them near to the front boarder so there slender necks are shown off.